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Amelia Belle presents Trees of Hope

Amelia Belle patrons can vote for their favorite Christmas tree and the charity it represents through Dec. 19 in the casino’s Trees of Hope campaign. The dozen trees were given to non-profit organizations hailing from or with ties to the area to decorate. The first place winner will receive $3,000, second place receives $1,000, third place receives $800, fourth and fifth places receive $500 and runners-up each receive $300. The casino will hold a separate promotion Dec. 8 and Dec. 22, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, called Bring a Can to Win a Grand. Casino guests can bring multiple canned goods to receive an entry for each canned good toward $1,000 in Slot Dollars. The canned goods benefit St. Mary Council on Aging. (Daily Review Photo by Jean. L. Kaess)

Amelia Belle patrons can vote for their favorite Christmas tree and the charity it represents through Dec. 19 in the casino’s Trees of Hope campaign.

BHS Project Graduation donation

Paige Roussel, chairman of Berwick High School’s Project Graduation, is presented with a donation from Patterson State Bank. At right, Cindy Cart, assistant vice-president, delivers the donation to the program. The money will be used to purchase door prizes and food for the event. (Submitted Photo)

Paige Roussel, chairman of Berwick High School’s Project Graduation, is presented with a donation from Patterson State Bank.

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